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ICLQ announces winner of 2018 Young Scholar Prize

ICLQ announces winner of 2018 Young Scholar Prize

The Editorial Board of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly is pleased to announce that the 2018 Young Scholar Prize will be awarded to Dr Barrie Sander of the Fundacao Getulio Vargas in Rio de Janeiro for his article 'History on Trial: Historical Narrative Pluralism within and beyond International Criminal Courts' published in Volume 67 Part 3.

The Prize is awarded annually to the best article by a scholar aged 35 or under at the time of submission, and is generously supported by Cambridge University Press who publish the ICLQ. Dr Sander will receive £250 worth of his choice of books published by Cambridge University Press.

The Prize will be presented to him on the occasion of the ICLQ Annual Lecture, which this year takes place on the evening of 13th May, and will be given by Professor Panos Koutrakos on "Judicial Review in the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy". The event is free to attend but all attendees are asked to pre-register

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